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Gender: M Meaning of Cade: "round; or, barrel" Origin of Cade: English Cade's Popularity in 2016: #408

Strong, ultramasculine, and modern, Cade shot up the popularity lists around the millenium—it was as high as Number 201 in 2001—along with cousins Caden and Cale, but has been in decline since and reached its lowest point in almost 20 years in 2016, with a Number 408 finish. It's Like Scarlett, Rhett, Ashley, Melanie, and Beau, it was worn by a character in Gone With the Wind.

There's a Cade Skywalker in the Star Wars universe, and Keith Carradine named his now-grown son Cade.

Famous People Named Cade

Cade Brem McNown, American NFL football player
Cade Sutton, American actor
Christopher "Cade" Courtley, American TV host and former Navy SEAL
Cade Gaspar, American baseball player; son of baseball player Rod Gaspar
Cade Carradine (b. 1982), son of actor Keith Carradine
Cade Sweeney (b. 2001), son of actor D.B. Sweeney
Cade Joseph Nedney (b. 2005), son of NFL player Joe Nedney
Cade Heap (b. 2009), son of NFL player Todd Heap
Cade Mackinlay Mochrie (b. 2010), son of actor Peter Mochrie

Pop Culture References for the name Cade

Johnny Cade, character from the book "The Outsiders" by SE Hinton
Cade Yeager, from the movie "Transformers: Age of Extinction"
Cade, character in the book "Fated" by Alyson Noel
Cade Lasalle, character on TV's "NCIS: New Orleans"
"Cade," novel by James Hadley Chase and its main character
Cade, series of books by Douglas Hill
Cade Skywalker, character in Star Wars: Legacy comic series

Kaden, Kade, Kayden, Caden, Cayde, Caide